Psych: Season 2, Episode 6

Meat Is Murder, But Murder Is Also Murder (17 Aug. 2007)

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Shawn and Gus investigate who poisoned a food critic. Gus's uncle Burton comes to town and tags along on the investigation, so Gus pretends to be psychic.

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Moody newspaper food critic Wagner was poisoned with wild mushrooms. To impress Gus's visiting uncle Burton, Shawn allows an apparent role switch, which means he must cue his clueless partner unnoticed, but hopes to get payment in kind. Shawn soon realizes their first suspect, a disgruntled chef, must be set up by the real poison killer, who is motivated by another competition. Written by KGF Vissers

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Starting with this episode, and continuing over the next several episodes, Lassiter has his arm in a sling. While the cause of the character's injury is never revealed, the show's production blog states that actor Timothy Omundson broke his collarbone while mountain-biking to work. See more »

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When Shawn is trying to get a job at the Mirror, he impresses editor Phil Pritikin by deducing that the editor is left-handed. However, in several scenes, Pritikin can be seen writing with his right hand. See more »

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Shawn Spencer: The first thing you needed was a fall guy. Unfortunately, Lee Majors wasn't available.
[Gus leans over and whispers in Shawn's ear]
Shawn Spencer: Apparently, he was available. He lives here in town. But he was a little out of your price range!
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References The Rockford Files (1974) See more »

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I Want Candy
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Written by Bert Berns (as Bert Berns), Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, and Richard Gottehrer
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